In one of the largest settlements ever involving a wrongful conviction in California, L.A. County has agreed to pay a man $15 million for spending 27 years behind bars for a murder he didn’t commit.
Reporter: Frank Stoltze
Riverside Celebrates Festival of Lights at Historic Mission Inn and Spa
Around 80,000 people are expected to jam the streets of downtown Riverside Friday for the 25th annual Festival of Lights; all centered around a piece of historic California architecture that was nearly demolished.
Reporter: Steven Cuevas
City of El Cajon Bans Feeding of Homeless
The East San Diego County city of El Cajon has passed ordinances that ban panhandling, encampments, sleeping on the sidewalk and recently, it has become illegal to feed the homeless in public places. Activist Mark Lane broke the law this past weekend by handing out food in a local park, and he's going to do it again this weekend.
Guest: Mark Lane
The Federal Communications Commission is expected to strip away rules that protect net neutrality. Internet providers say net neutrality will help create a new internet boom similar to the one seen in the late 1990's, but not everyone is buying that.
Guest: April Glaser
San Quentin Prepares for Thanksgiving
You might not expect this, but there is going to be quite the spread of food tomorrow for Thanksgiving. And that's not just for Thanksgiving that we see these big food spreads.
Reporter: Peter Arcuni